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[image]West from Capitol Hill
view looking west from Capitol Hill toward the Potomac River. Buildings include the Library of Congress, US Capitol and the House of Repersenatives, Cannon Office Building taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:40-08:00
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[image]View of the Mall
View of the Mall area of the District of Columbia from the grounds of St. Elizabeths Hospital taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:41-08:00
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[image]From Washington Monument
View of the Department of Agriculture, The Smithsonian Castle and the US Capitol taken from atop the Washington Monument taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:42-08:00
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One of the canons outside Healy Hall on the campus of Georgetown University taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:42-08:00
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[image]DC City Hall
Statue of Abraham Lincoln out front of the DC City Hall (now the DC Superior Court). the 1868 statue by Lot Flannery is the oldest memorial to Lincoln in the nation taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:43-08:00
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View of Georgetown University and the boathouse taken from the Aqueduct Bridge taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:43-08:00
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[image]William Tecumseh Sherman Memorial
Dedication of the William Tecumseh Sherman Memorial in 1903. Designed by Carl Rohl-Smith and is located near the White House (E and 15th Street) taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:44-08:00
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[image]Old Post Office
Old Post Office building, 12th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, was completed in 1899. taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:45-08:00
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[image]Washington Star
The Washington Star building, 1101 Pennsylvania Avenue, was apart of Washington's ''newspaper row.'' The newspaper ceased publication in 1981 taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:46-08:00
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[image]Washington Post
The Washington Post Building located at 1337 E Street taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:46-08:00
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[image]Washington Monument
View of the Washington Monument taken from near the Treasury Building, ca 1900 taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:47-08:00
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[image]Washington Monument Under Construction
View of the Washington Monument (under construction) and the Department of Agriculture taken from atop the Smithsonian Castle taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:47-08:00
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[image]Old Capitol Prison
The Old Capitol Prison (1st and A Streets, NE). building served as the Congressional meeting house after the British burned the Capitol during the War of 1812. It also was a boarding house and a private school. Following the start of the Civil War it was turned into a prison. Image taken ca 1865 taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:48-08:00
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[image]US Capitol
The US Capitol lit up following the 1918 armistice that ended World War I taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:49-08:00
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[image]US Capitol
View of the US Capitol from atop the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building (Orginally named the National Museum) ca 1900 taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:49-08:00
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[image]Peirce Mill
Peirce Mill, a water powered grist mill in Rock Creek Park, was built in the 1820's by Isaac Peirce. Today it is the last mill still standing in the District of Columbia taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:50-08:00
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[image]Prospect Park in New York
This column, located in Prospect Park (Brooklyn, New York) commemorates the 400 Maryland soldiers who fought at Lookout Hill during the Battle of Long Island on August 27, 1776. Designed by Stanford White, the monument is inscribed with a quote attributed to George Washington: ''My God, What Brave Fellows I Must This Day Lose!'' taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:50-08:00
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[image]The Smithsonian Castle
The Smithsonian Castle (ca 1900) taken at 2009-12-29T16:15:51-08:00
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[image]Admiral Samuel Francis DuPont in Dupont Circle
Statue of Admiral Samuel Francis DuPont in Dupont Circle. The Family had this statue moved to the family estate in Winterthur, Delaware and replaced it with the Henry Bacon and Daniel Chester French designed fountain. taken at 2010-03-01T11:12:52-08:00
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[image]General Winfield Scott Hancock
Statue of General Winfield Scott Hancock located at Pennsylvania Avenue and 7th Street. The statue was sculpted by Henry Jackson Ellicott. taken at 2010-03-01T11:23:01-08:00
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